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Remembrance Day recognition for Churchill's 'secret army'

9 November 2013 Last updated at 08:33 GMT

A handful of Britain's "Secret Army" will parade for the first time with other veterans at the Remembrance Day ceremony in London on Sunday.

The army was Prime Minister Winston Churchill's covert volunteer force, tasked with sabotaging enemy plans, had the Nazis invaded during World War II.

Sarah Ransome reports.

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